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    Exclamation Cast Acrylic Shells Now Available!!!

    Black Talon Seamless Cast Acrylic Drum Shells are now available from JM Smith Custom DrumWorks!

    Black Talon Seamless Cast Acrylic 6 Piece Shell Pack Discount Kickoff Sale

    .25" wall thickness
    Seamless MILSPEC SVG Construction
    True Coke Bottle Green
    Factory Direct Prices

    Shell Pack #1 -- $499 USD

    8x10
    9x12
    12x14
    14x16
    6x14 Snare
    18x20 Bass
    (SP-1 does not include buff and polish, edges, beds, or freight)



    Shell Pack #2 -- $699 USD *** Includes edges and beds

    8x10
    9x12
    12x14
    14x16
    6x14 Snare
    18x20 Bass
    (SP-2 does not include buff and polish or freight)



    Shell Pack #3 -- $799 USD *** Includes edges, beds, buff and Polish

    8x10
    9x12
    12x14
    14x16
    6x14 Snare
    18x20 Bass
    (SP-3 does not include freight)



    Shell Pack #4 -- $499 USD

    8x10
    9x12
    14x14
    16x16
    6x14 Snare
    18x20 Bass
    (SP-4 does not include buff and polish, edges, beds, or freight)



    Shell Pack #5 -- $699 USD *** Includes edges and beds

    8x10
    9x12
    14x14
    16x16
    6x14 Snare
    18x20 Bass
    (SP-5 does not include buff and polish or freight)



    Shell Pack #6 -- $799 USD *** Includes edges, beds, buff and Polish

    8x10
    9x12
    14x14
    16x16
    6x14 Snare
    18x20 Bass
    (SP-6 does not include freight)


    Call today for limited time dealer discounts on all shell packs

    509.845.2076 or email at jmsmith@jmsmithcustom.com

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    where's the 26, 15, 18, 20 shellpack?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cjbrown View Post
    where's the 26, 15, 18, 20 shellpack?!

    It's still on the truck....No one could lift it down.
    Next to music, beer was best...

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    Darn good prices on cast acrylic... Seamless acrylic ain't cheap.

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    Good deals, but 20" bass.....yuck!
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    20" bass = perfect. Only guys with small weiners need bigger

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    Very cool! Way to innovate and bring something unique to the table. You think they sound different than your RCI or Gold-uhn-times?
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    Quote Originally Posted by drumfoundry.com View Post
    Very cool! Way to innovate and bring something unique to the table. You think they sound different than your RCI or Gold-uhn-times?
    Absolutely...There is a difinitive difference concernng inherant resonant frequencies and overall body of the note. The pitch tends to be bit higher, richer, cleaner, more focused yet warmer and rounder than RCI or Golden Times. No, I am not just thrown' out drum terms to impress anyone but if you haven't heard Cast Acrylic drums (which I am sure you have) this would certainly be the time to dabble. Though, I must say -- I do swear on WF Ludwig's soul that a Cast Acrylic 7x12 snare drum is the best damned sounding drum I have ever heard.......EV-AH. Shoot me a PM if you would like a sample. Cheers and many thanks again for the interest....We gotta talk about the DF badge anyways.

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    Joshua M. Smith
    509-845-2076 (Pacific)
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    Only in Coke bottle green? I have a love for orange..

    Great friggin' prices BTW!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMSmithCustom View Post
    Absolutely...There is a difinitive difference concernng inherant resonant frequencies and overall body of the note. The pitch tends to be bit higher, richer, cleaner, more focused yet warmer and rounder than RCI or Golden Times. No, I am not just thrown' out drum terms to impress anyone but if you haven't heard Cast Acrylic drums (which I am sure you have) this would certainly be the time to dabble. Though, I must say -- I do swear on WF Ludwig's soul that a Cast Acrylic 7x12 snare drum is the best damned sounding drum I have ever heard.......EV-AH. Shoot me a PM if you would like a sample. Cheers and many thanks again for the interest....We gotta talk about the DF badge anyways.

    Warmest Regards,

    Joshua M. Smith
    509-845-2076 (Pacific)
    You mean it tastes great but is also less filling?

    How bout you email me about badge stuff. I hate the phone.
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